Samsung may have announced a bunch of Android smartphones and a smartwatch at IFA 2014 this week, but the company is not done yet as it just revealed plans to sell 10 printers for the business and enterprise markets that it claims are the first to use the Android OS.
All of these new Smart MultiXpress printers will have Smart UX Center running over the Android operating system. Samsung says:
The new Samsung Smart MultiXpress series of MFPs each feature a 10.1-inch full touchscreen panel that enables users to search and print from web browsers, emails, maps, images and other types of content – without the need to connect to a PC or server. The touchscreen also offers the ability to preview documents, as well as editing and annotating capabilities.
Adding the optional Samsung NFC Pro accessory to any of these printers will allow users with smartphones to print remotely. What do you think of Samsung introducing new Android-based printers?